Aykibom Hostel, Lisbon.
Yes, I dropped the bomb already in case you don’t read until the end of this post. At least you know which hostel I advise you not to book. Unless you’re really desperate! That’s up to you. Continue reading “Worst Hostel I’ve Ever Stayed In”
I started this month with anticipation and mixed feelings. I’ve heard so many great comments about how amazing and friendly Barcelona is that I was thrilled to get to see Spain for a month. On the other hand, I was afraid I wouldn’t like it, my expectations being too high and the fact that I wasn’t going to Barcelona, but in Andalusia instead. Continue reading “2nd Month Out of 3: My European Journey”
While I was in the United Kingdom, I stayed 5 days in Edinburgh. It was my first visit in this city frozen in the 17th century, and it won’t be my last. I really enjoyed my time and I couldn’t help myself but being in awe by the forever lasting architecture. Everything there had me taking out my camera every step I made. Continue reading “My To-Do List for a Day in Edinburgh”
I left London really early in the morning, when the heat of my breath was still making mist over the cold air. The city hasn’t woken up yet, workers started to clean the streets and the window’s shop. I was on Oxford Street and barely seeing any cars. Christmas ornamentation just started to decorate this lovely street. Continue reading “A Day Trip to Oxford”
The Alhambra is an arabian group of palaces that were built between the XIII and the XV century.
While some palaces are completely inspired by the islamic culture, others contain a mix of influence with the spanish one which is due to the spanish conquest Continue reading “Alhambra, Granada : Know Before You Go”
I’ve been in a lot of hostels while traveling. Some were really great and others were a total mess.
I always look for comments on recent stays before booking a hostel, both for the nice ones and for the bad ones. Personnally, I prefer an experience in a hostel Continue reading “The Pros and Cons of Living in Hostels”
What. A. Month.
I can’t believe it has already been 30 days that I’m in Europe. It went sooo fast! It seems to me that it was only a few days ago that I left the comfort of my house, of my bed, and that I left my family behind to see a part of Europe that I had yet to discover. Continue reading “1st Month Out of 3 : My European Journey”